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ACT Prep & Tutoring Program

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Program Administration

We encourage all participants( teachers, tutors, reading specialists, and families) to become involved in planning, implementing, and evaluating the program. The administrators have a proven tack record of working with children to encourage thedevelopment of educational skills. Transportation and snacks are provided, as well as information and/or referral for other support services that address child and family needs.

The program design is based on assessed needs, a well-defined mission statement, and clear, measurable goals. The design is based upon and consistent with the latest research on developmentally appropriate practice for early childhood education. The program has systems for: identifying children in need of tutoring; recruiting volunteer tutors; conducting pre- and post-test of children’s skills; conducting periodic evaluations of program effectiveness, including feedback. Tutors and the program director, staff, and volunteers regularly communicate and collaborate with families, childcare program or school staff and administrators. Tutors recognize the importance of building relationships with children and motivating them to want to learn.

Family Involvement

Tutors communicate with families regularly to keep them up-to-date on their child’s progress. They may suggest home literacy activities such as reading aloud and writing together. The program helps families gain access to children’s books and writing supplies. The program also encourages families to develop and improve their own literacy skills.

Tutoring Sessions

Tutors work with children one-on-one or in small groups. Tutoring sessions take place during school, after school, weekends, and continues through the summer. Tutoring takes place in an area large enough for children to concentrate without being disturbed by others. Tutoring sessions are up to (60) minutes.

Program Benefits

Educare Tutorial Program sessions is an excellent opportunity for students to:

A.) Improve grades

B.) Learn test-taking skills

C.) Improve organizational skills


Selection Process

After reviewing applications, tutors will go through a selection process, followed by training sessions(2). Tutors will then provide one-on-one and group tutoring sessions to students who are having academic difficulty. The Education Coordinator is responsible for all in-house aspects of the program, including scheduling students, providing tutoring strategies, and tracking student’s progress.